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Louis Aimé Césaire Macé owned a shop in Paris as well as a ceramic decoration studio based in Auteuil. He is known as inventor of the process of transfering chromolitographies on porcelain and faience. The technology was invented in 1847.

Mace's work was recognized during the Exposition Universelle of 1855. He was awarded the honorable mention for decorating Sevres porcelain. He also participated at the London World's Fair in 1862. In 1860s he exported 60 percent of production.

At the next Exposition Universelle in Paris (1867) he was awarded a silver medal for "ceramic chromography". He also participated in the Exposition Universelle of 1878 and the World Fair of 1889.

Mace mark
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Boulevart des Italiens 23. Et Rue de Choiseul 20. A la Ville de Sevres. Mace mark.

 
 
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